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The WSU Retirees Association offers retired faculty and staff opportunities for continued service to the university and fellowship with one another.

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Comprised of retired faculty and staff, the WSU Retirees Association supports student scholarships and participates in a broad range of university activities.


WDTN: Wright State awarded $120,000 to advance manufacturing research
September 17 2020

The U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has awarded $120,000 to Wright State to further manufacturing research.

DDN: Oscar-winning ‘American Factory’ directors win Emmy
September 15 2020

The retired Wright State film professors won the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature earlier this year for “American Factory.”

Wright State Guardian: NCAA grants WSU waiver to remain Division I
September 12 2020

The NCAA requires Division I institutions to sponsor at least 14 sports. WSU now has 11 after cutting the softball team and men’s and women’s tennis teams.

Wright State Newsroom

Remote control

How Wright State faculty, staff, and students have adjusted to remote delivery of classes
After CaTS and CTL created a roadmap for online learning, faculty members used their creative instincts to continue offering students a quality education remotely.

A champion for students

Wright State’s new president, Sue Edwards, leads the charge in focusing on student success
For President Sue Edwards, turning around Wright State ties back to three pressing priorities: recruitment, retention and relationships.

Running toward the danger

Two Boonshoft School of Medicine students rush to help communities in New Orleans and New York amid pandemic response
Wright State medical students Juliet Corcillo and Kyle Henneke ’14 found ways to make a difference in the first few months of the coronavirus pandemic.

Water power

Wright State professor Silvia Newell is a key player in a new state partnership on monitoring of wetlands
The Lake Erie and Aquatic Research Network will assess the effectiveness and future role of implemented and planned wetland restoration projects.


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